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DUALITY OF TIME:

Complex-Time Geometry and Perpetual Creation of Space

by Mohamed Haj Yousef



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Preface: About this Book


This is the second book on the subject of time. In “The Single Monad Model of the Cosmos” we introduced Ibn al-Arabi’s eccentric view of time and explored the general aspects of his cosmology and cosmogony, with a brief discussion of the implications this could have on modern physics. This unique view of time has never been discussed elsewhere in science or philosophy, before or even after Ibn al-Arabi, although it is indeed central to understanding the controversial theory of the “oneness of being”. This is probably because of the difficult symbolic language he usually used, in addition to the fact that his overall cosmological understanding of time is intentionally dispersed and widely scattered over his many works and in different contexts within the various chapters of the Meccan Revelations.

This book is intended for the wider scientific community, so I tried my best to keep the discussion formal, although the nature of the subject is actually interdisciplinary, especially that it has been developed from the particular Sufi mystical thinking within the wider frame of Islamic philosophy. Nevertheless, there will be some important groundbreaking conceptions and conclusions, deeply related to the core of natural philosophy and even mathematics, or geometry and number theory, in addition to physics and cosmology. However, unlike the previous book, which was more descriptive in its exploring the mystical cosmological views, at least the main chapters of this book, that deal directly with the complex geometry of time, are going to be more rigorous and precise in introducing the new conceptions and analyzing the subsequent claims.

Additionally, because of the complexity of this subject and its interdisciplinary nature that has been drawn from various divergent sources, including physics, cosmology, philosophy and theology; some introductory chapters were necessary to put the various conceptions in their wider intellectual sense and historical context. By doing that, I also hope that this short but comprehensive review will help the readers realizing the huge gap and discrepancies between modern science and ancient philosophy and theology; this time the latter is the most superior. In the recent centuries, science mostly won all the battles against religion, by distancing its theories away from any alleged theological interpretations or ancient implicit philosophies, thus inventing its own rigorous theoretical and experimental methods to fight against the helpless ancient putative mythologies that could not face all the overwhelming cherished applications and evident inventions made available only through this rigorous modern sciences.

Nonetheless, theology is now coming back to rescue modern science out of its cosmological catastrophe, because it is the only authority that has the elixir Newton was looking for, namely: Oneness. For this reason, also, there will be some concluding chapters about metaphysics and Alchemy, which is indeed the original science of Quantum Mechanics, not only because its name is directly derived from the word “quantum”, but because it is the ultimate science that manipulates the fundamental interactions between the metaphysical space-time quanta that constitute all corporeal and incorporeal structures.

I believe this research made a breakthrough in mathematics, physics, and cosmology, as well as natural philosophy, because it exposes a deeper level of time and original theory of creation that could explain many persisting problems in these various fields. The main result of the Duality of Time is that vacuum is the real time, while our time is genuinely imaginary or latent to it, which makes it described as void. This vacuum-void duality is basically the same ancient atomistic philosophy, reinterpreted out of the most original theological and philosophical conceptions, combined together with the conclusions of modern physics and cosmology.

Henceforth, the resulting hypothesis will lead at the same time to all the philosophical and mathematical principles of modern quantum and relativity theories, joining them together in a unique way that is capable of solving the current discrepancies, while also joining together the various scientific arenas and offering many possibilities for extraordinary future applications. However, this book does not claim to solve all the problems of science, so there will be also many speculations, plainly stated as such.

Although this book contains advanced and innovative conceptions and claims to solve many persisting fundamental problems in the latest theories, it is still easily accessible for the average reader familiar with the general advances in modern physics and cosmology, at the level of any science graduate or even enthusiastic high school students. Physics is a difficult subject only in the technological applications and some narrow technical fields, but the fundamental concepts are really easy. Most of the mathematical analysis in this book is based on simple Euclidean geometry. This could not have been possible without introducing the genuinely complex nature of time, which will eliminate all the complications needed for treating singularities and infinities encountered in Riemannian manifolds.



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I have no doubt that this is the most significant discovery in the history of mathematics, physics and philosophy, ever!

By revealing the mystery of the connection between discreteness and contintuity, this novel understanding of the complex (time-time) geometry, will cause a paradigm shift in our knowledge of the fundamental nature of the cosmos and its corporeal and incorporeal structures.

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Mohamed Haj Yousef


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The science of Time is a noble science, that reveals the secret of Eternity. Only the Elites of Sages may ever come to know this secret. It is called the First Age, or the Age of ages, from which time is emerging.
Ibn al-Arabi [The Meccan Revelations: Volume I, page 156. - Trns. Mohamed Haj Yousef]
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